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4 e vietnam war practice

  1. 1. SBCSQ PracticeSelf-marking and evaluation
  2. 2. Qns 1 (a)
  3. 3. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.
  4. 4. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.What thesource said:A lot ofVietnamesedied becauseof theAmericansChildren too
  5. 5. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.Sourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWar
  6. 6. What makes up yourexpectationdetermines whichlevel you have
  7. 7. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWar
  8. 8. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationBase on general knowledge:Americans are suppose toget Americans to supportAmericas involvementSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWar
  9. 9. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationBase on general knowledge:Americans are suppose toget Americans to supportAmericas involvementSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWardoes not support
  10. 10. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationBase on general knowledge:Americans are suppose toget Americans to supportAmericas involvementSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWardoes not supportIm surprised!
  11. 11. What if you base your expectationsfrom what youvefound out from other sources too?
  12. 12. What if you base your expectationsfrom what youvefound out from other sources too?Doesnt that make it a higher levelthan just general knowledgebecause you considered more things?
  13. 13. Example: Sources E and F
  14. 14. Example: Sources E and FDeath of Peace andprogressSend your sons to die
  15. 15. Example: Sources E and FDeath of Peace andprogressSend your sons to dieAmerican public to notsupport the warAmerican public to notsupport the war
  16. 16. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWar
  17. 17. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by Americans
  18. 18. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam War
  19. 19. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupports
  20. 20. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationSourcespurpose:Garnersupport ofAmericans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupportsIm NOTsurprised!
  21. 21. Lets write it out
  22. 22. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectation Sourcespurpose:Garner supportof Americans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupportsIm NOT surprised!
  23. 23. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectation Sourcespurpose:Garner supportof Americans togo againstAmericansinvolvement intheVietnamWarFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupportsIm not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.
  24. 24. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupportsIm not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.Thecartoonist in Source A is trying to convince the American public thatthe Americans involvement in theVietnam War is not moral.This isbecause the source shows a lot ofVietnamese killed in the war,including a child. This source was publishedwhen theVietnam War started on an Americannewspaper. Therefore, the cartoonist istrying to garner the support of Americansto not support the Americansinvolvement in theVietnam War.
  25. 25. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarSupportsIm not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.Thecartoonist in Source A is trying to convince the American public thatthe Americans involvement in theVietnam War is not moral.This isbecause the source shows a lot ofVietnamese killed in the war,including a child. This source was publishedwhen theVietnam War started on an Americannewspaper. Therefore, the cartoonist istrying to garner the support of Americansto not support the Americansinvolvement in theVietnam War.TypicalStar Approach
  26. 26. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.My expectationFrom Source D and E:War is not viewedfavourably by AmericansGarner support ofAmericans go againstAmericas involvement inVietnam WarIm not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.Thecartoonist in Source A is trying to convince the American public thatthe Americans involvement in theVietnam War is not moral.This isbecause the source shows a lot ofVietnamese killed in the war,including a child. This source was publishedwhen theVietnam War started on an Americannewspaper. Therefore, the cartoonist istrying to garner the support of Americansto not support the Americansinvolvement in theVietnam War. This issupported by
  27. 27. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.Im not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.Thecartoonist in Source A is trying to convince the American public thatthe Americans involvement in theVietnam War is not moral.This isbecause the source shows a lot ofVietnamese killed in the war,including a child. This source was publishedwhen theVietnam War started on an Americannewspaper. Therefore, the cartoonist istrying to garner the support of Americansto not support the Americansinvolvement in theVietnam War. This issupported by Source D and E, whichis also trying to garner the support of theAmericans to go against the Americansinvovlement in theVietnam War.
  28. 28. Are you surprised by what this source says about theVietnamWar? EYA.Im not surprised by what this source says about theVietnam War.Thecartoonist in Source A is trying to convince the American public thatthe Americans involvement in theVietnam War is not moral.This isbecause the source shows a lot ofVietnamese killed in the war,including a child. This source was publishedwhen theVietnam War started on an Americannewspaper. Therefore, the cartoonist istrying to garner the support of Americansto not support the Americansinvolvement in theVietnam War. This issupported by Source D and E, whichis also trying to garner the support of theAmericans to go against the Americansinvovlement in theVietnam War.You can alsoreplace thiswith a starapproachfor one of thesources.It is bettersupported this way
  29. 29. Qns 1 (c)
  30. 30. The two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.
  31. 31. What is the logic for this?
  32. 32. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.
  33. 33. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Just show that one of them is wrong!
  34. 34. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Just show that one of them is wrong!wrong!
  35. 35. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Just show that one of them is wrong!wrong!
  36. 36. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.How do you show if something is wrong?wrong!
  37. 37. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.How do you show if something is wrong?wrong!= cannot believe
  38. 38. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.How do you show if something is wrong?wrong!= cannot believeSo what skill does it require then?
  39. 39. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.How do you show if something is wrong?wrong!= cannot believeSo what skill does it require then?Reliability!
  40. 40. How about other possiblecombinations?
  41. 41. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Do I need to show that one is correctand the other is wrong?wrong!correct
  42. 42. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Do I need to show that one is correctand the other is wrong?wrong!correctNo need cause the question asked if ONE OF THEMIS WRONG
  43. 43. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Do I need to show that one is correctand the other is wrong?wrong!This will sufficiently show that ONE OF THEM iswrong isnt it?
  44. 44. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Do I need to show that one is correctand the other is wrong?wrong!This will sufficiently show that ONE OF THEM iswrong isnt it?
  45. 45. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Is there a need to do this?wrong! wrong!
  46. 46. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Is there a need to do this?wrong!No. Cause showing that both are wrong still showsthat ONE OF THEM is wrong .wrong!
  47. 47. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Can this answer the question?Right! Right!No, none of them is wrong
  48. 48. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Can this answer the question?Right! Right!No, none of them is wrongYes you can. But you must explain why both are righteven though the views are different.
  49. 49. Source D Source EThe two sources give differing views on how President Johnsonhopes to achieve his objectives in Vietnam. Does this mean that oneof them is wrong? Explain your answer.Can this answer the question?Right! Right!No, none of them is wrongYes you can. But you must explain why both are righteven though the views are different.Disclaimer:This rarely occurs.

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